Each day millions of people, tens of millions, the world over, gather for their Daily Scrum for 15 minutes and its been happening for 25 years. How does it work?
There is a special event being held today celebrating the launch of the 2020 Scrum Guide along with the 25th anniversary of Schwaber and Sutherland’s first presentation of Scrum at OOPSLA ‘95. It is featuring talks about the changes and time to reminisce over the history of Scrum.
There are no shortcuts in an Agile transformation, but there are known patterns of success. Matthew Jacobs, our Chief Product Owner of Agile Transformations, has identified seven core functions that must be address to ensure the overall effectiveness of your Scrum Teams are not limited by legacy structures and institutional barriers.
The pandemic has changed the way we all work. And it’s time we embrace reality; even when the disruption of COVID-19 ends, some elements of the virtual ways we now work will remain. Scrum Inc.’s Avi Schneier is one of our principal consultants who has helped organizations meet this challenge. He recently shared his insights during a 30-minute webinar.
In this Scrum Trainer Spotlight, Scrum Inc. highlights Diane H. Leonard, GPC. Diane is a Scrum Trainer by Scrum Inc., and the founder of DH Leonard Consulting & Grant Writing Services, LLC…
Dr. Jeff Sutherland and Ken Schwaber hosts a live event featuring the release of the updated Scrum Guide, celebrating 25 years of Scrum. The updated Scrum Guide is leaner but its core remains empirical. The key pillars of Transparency, Inspection and Adaptation remain part of the guide. Updates are based on 25 years of Scrum practiced by you, our Scrum community.